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Fitrah: negotiating Islam, sexual orientation and gender identity| 47mins
Director: Muhsin Hendricks | Producer: Muhsin Hendricks
Focus Years: 2013 | Country: South Africa
Subject Tags: africa, belief, gender, global, human rights, identity, race, religion, south africa
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
FITRAH is a documentary that explores the dilemma queer Muslims face when negotiating the troubled space between sexual orientation, gender identity and Islam. For the first time we have a documentary that not only explores the narratives of Muslims who are marginalized based on sexual orientation and gender identity, but also have professional psychologists, anthropologists, theologians and gender experts sharing thought provoking insights around the narratives; touching on critical issues of condemnation and how the story of Sodom and Gomorrah is always used as a blanket condemnation for homosexuality in the Abrahamic faiths.
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